In late September and early October Nokia delighted us with two global launches. It was the Nokia 5.1 Plus and Nokia 7.1 , respectively, two new terminals that now finally announce their arrival in the Spanish market. Let’s review their qualities and, in passing, show how they look more closely.
These Nokia phones land in Spanish territory with the aim of sneaking into the increasingly bulky sector of the mid-range with prices that are below 300 euros . As we have already told you in this article about the prices and availability of the new Nokia 7.1 and Nokia 5.1 Plus , the first one will be ahead of its brother at the time of commercialization, dropping in the week of October 29 – that is, the that comes – while the Nokia 5.1 Plus will not be able to be seen through the shop windows until the first week of December. But how do they look on the hand?
Nokia 5.1 Plus and Nokia 7.1: contact making
The Nokia 5.1 Plus is considered an update to the Nokia 5.1, focusing mainly on a screen change with a panel that is now larger (5.86 inches) and includes “notch” – although in the case of the European market and specifically Spanish , we confirm you since it is hidden (by software) and without the possibility of “uncovering it”. As you can see in the images, the phone has a very classic design and without surprises, where there is an increase in its proportions and the double camera is inserted in the back. Inside, remember, a MediaTek Helio P60 quad-core processor runs with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory.
Your hand feeling is good, with a finish and some construction materials that, for the price you have, are attractive and very decent – you can only put it as a hit that the fingers are marked almost just by looking at it. The terminal runs Android One , offering a “pure” and clean experience, like any other phone with this version of the OS.
Regarding the photographic system that we mentioned earlier, it consists of two sensors of 13 and 5 megapixels , with an opening of the main camera of f / 2.0. As for the front, it comes with an eight megapixel sensor, with aperture f / 2.2 and wide angle of 80.4 degrees.
The Nokia 7.1 is somewhat more advanced than its brother. Its PureDisplay screen is 5.84 inches with resolution 2.244 x 1.080 pixels and HDR support. Its design is quite similar to that of the Nokia 5.1 Plus, and although it looks a little less shiny finish, it also catches the tracks with desire.
Android One is once again in charge of offering a stock experience to the user, combined with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor with eight cores, 3 Gb of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory. Its battery is 3,060 mAh, capacity that shares with the 5.1 Plus model, by the way.
Nokia boasts a lot of its double camera , with two 12 and 5 megapixel sensors, with dual PDAF fast focus system, HDR support, Artificial Intelligence technology and a redesigned Pro (manual) mode that we like a lot. The optics certainly have the ZEISS signature and aperture values of f / 1.8 and f / 2.4, respectively.
Two terminals, as you see, without bringing great surprises, offer benefits and first good sensations very consistent with its price. What do you think of them? Which one do you prefer?